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by unitedhealthcare insurance company. go long. >>> just ten days to go until election day. a handful of states that are still in play here are the swing states, or as we are calling them the undecided states of america. kind of their own country there. that's been our focus this morning, from florida to ohio to new hampshire. i want to bring in a cnn contributor, maria cardona, and amy holmes. maria, if you had to pick one state as the most critical, which would it be? >> it's so important, because obviously everybody is talking about ohio. and i do think that if the president wins ohio, it will be almost impossible for mitt romney to win the white house. but i also think that a lot of the swing states in the southwest, like nevada and colorado, will be critical if the president doesn't win ohio because he does have an easier path to 270 than mitt romney. i think that the big thing that people are missing and pollsters are missing is the latino vote. and i think that we need to add at least three to four percentage points to president obama's numbers nationally, and especially in the
the millions of members who've chosen an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. go long. >>> let's take you live now to chesapeake, virginia. bill clinton is there. you see him there campaigning for president obama at indian river high school. let's listen for a bit. >> you want to know one simple difference in the choice you have today? they changed the rules on the gi bill and they said that states could decide whether or not a returning veteran was eligible for in-state tuition. [ audience booing ] there's a great story in the paper last week about a woman veteran whose husband was in the military. she was from north carolina. they went to texas to train. they were sent overseas. they came back. she goes back to north carolina. they judge she's not eligible for in-state tuition and it blows away all the benefits of the gi bill. 250,000 veterans are already there. i'm for barack obama because he wants the people to have education and health care and jobs. >>> president obama well ahead of mitt romney in wisconsin. cnn's latest poll of polls s
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